SINGAPORE: Top Korean music groups like Super Junior and SNSD will perform in Singapore on November 23, during the Singapore stop of the SMTOWN Live Tour III.
The massive concert, which features numerous performances by Korean entertainment giant SM Entertainment's stable of artistes, is the first concert to be held at the Marina Bay Floating Platform, which can accommodate 18,000 people.
It will also be the first time members of the audience can go onto the floating stage.
According to organisers Running Into The Sun, mosh pit ticket holders will also be able to get as close as 10 feet to their idols.
The four-hour event will begin at 6.30pm and will feature large-scale pyrotechnics along with special stunts.
SMTOWN Live Tour III concerts have previously been staged in venues like New York's Madison Square Garden, and the Zenith de Paris concert arena in Paris.
"SM Town is truly the mother of all K-pop concerts and we're madly excited to bring this to Singapore," said Beatrice Chia-Richmond, Creative Director of Running Into The Sun.
"As a massive concert that has only been staged so far at iconic international venues, we hope this concert will impact Singapore and the region to bring progressive music and quality productions here."